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Bio-Interface 2006

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The event Bio-Interface 2006 will be held December 4th through 6th in San Mateo, CA at the Marriott San Mateo, San Francisco Airport Hotel at 1770 South Amphlett Boulevard, San Mateo, CA, 94402.    The event will feature keynote speaker Professor Alan Hoffman, Sc.D, University of Washington, where he is Professor of Bioengineering and Chemical Engineering.   Panelists will include Marc Henri-Gilleti, Senior Vice President Health Care, Pequot Ventures; Roger Flugel, Principal, Sanderling Ventures; and Mel Schatz, Impact Planning Group.  The workshop will focus on the delivery of therapeutic biologics, and the progams will include orthopedics, tissue imaging, tissue engineering, neurovascular, and peripheral vascular technologies.                    

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